What is BOTOX®?
How does BOTOX® work?
How much does BOTOX® cost?
How long does BOTOX® last?
BOTOX® Cosmetic, as opposed to other injectable treatments, has an established track record that is backed by more than 16 years of published studies with 528 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals describing its safety and efficacy. Having undergone a rigorous testing process involving over 100 clinical research sites where patients were followed for up to 12 months after injection on average (compared with just days or weeks), there's no doubt about how safe this treatment is!
Conditions Botox Treats
BOTOX® Cosmetics recommend treatments for the following conditions:
- frown lines
- crow’s feet lines
- forehead lines
While BOTOX® is typically known as a tool for smoothing out wrinkles, However, there are many “off-label” uses that according to WebMD, it has been used for many other purposes such as:
- involuntary eyelid twitching
- twisting neck spasms
- strabismus, an abnormal alignment of the eyes
- spasm of the lower limb muscle
- excessive sweating of the armpit
- upper limb muscle spasm
- migraine prevention
- uncontrolled urination due to bladder overactivity
- essential tremor
- overactive bladder
- anal fissure
- excessive saliva production
- achalasia of the esophagus, a condition that makes swallowing difficult
- chronic muscle twitches or movements
Areas BOTOX® Treats
You might be noticing wrinkles in some areas of your face that you usually don't think about. It's not too late to reduce the appearance of these through BOTOX® treatments. Areas that BOTOX® has been used to treat include:
- Areas around the eyes
- Mouth corners
BOTOX® has also been used on several other areas to help rejuvenate your face including:
- Bunny lines